PG&E Bankruptcy Leaves Costly California Renewables Contracts in Limbo

With a bankruptcy court ruling that FERC must stay out of PG&E’s bankruptcy case, there’s a chance that the energy giant could cut renewables contracts.

FL Supreme Court Rejects Claim Against $1 Billion Florida Power & Light Solar Projects

Court says the Florida Industrial Power Users Group (FIPUG) should have brought up their objections in 2016 when the Florida Public Service Commission issued guidelines for such projects.

Great Eastern Energy Auction Canceled: All Customers Going Back to Utility

In a letter sent to channel partners today, GEE stated that it will be returning all customers back to default service.

Small Town Tired of Being Overcharged by Utility Monopoly, Files Lawsuit

Arkansas Town Files $3 Million Lawsuit against Southwestern Electric Power Company. Plaintiffs claims the company is overcharging them and that high bills are putting residents in tough financial positions.

Great Eastern Energy Files For Bankruptcy

Prior to the bankruptcy filings, the debtors were in default under the Prepetition Credit Agreement and the ISDA Agreement.

Transparency, Experience Define Phil Golden’s Retail Energy Career

“I really enjoy being able to work with people who answer to today’s challenges in the industry”

Big Apple, Clear Choice Bankruptcy: No Way Out

An expert’s assessment of the reorganization of a wholesale energy supply company under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code